Dr. Nagle is an Associate Professor in the Department of Radiology, with an affiliate appointments in the Departments of Medical Physics and Pediatrics. He Co-Directs the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Center for Diagnostic Imaging, which supports the use of imaging-based outcome measures in multi-center studies of cystic fibrosis. Through this role, advises industry and academic researchers in the use of both CT and MRI as an outcome measure in CF studies. This includes logistical coordination of specific scan protocols amongst sites, conducting expert reader training, and serving as an adjudicator for expert reader scoring. His own research focusses on the optimization of MRI-based biomarkers of CF in both the lungs and abdomen. In particular, over the past several years he has focussed on improving and evaluating the utility of ultrashort echo time MRI of the lungs.